the Arizona Medical Board
Arizona Medical Board is committed to serving
the public through the honest, fair, and judicious
licensing and regulation of allopathic physicians
(MDs). This commitment spans over a century
of changing healthcare delivery systems and
methodologies. During this time, the Board has
witnessed the altering roles of healthcare providers
and the implementation of futuristic health
services. Throughout these changing times, the
Board has been a proactive leader in the regulation
of medical professionals by implementing laws
on the forefront of new medical practices. Additionally,
the Board made public information a priority
by creating one of the top physician profiling
systems in the country, enabling the public
to make informed healthcare decisions. As it
has in the past, the Arizona Medical Board will
continue to gain public respect and trust by
focusing on the issues that will shape positive
healthcare environments. It is commited to streamlining
the laws that regulate the medical profession
by clarifying existing regulations and creating
new laws to address the future needs of the
Arizona Medical Board is comprised of 12 members
- eight physicians and four public members,
including a licensed registered nurse. They
are as follows:
Edward J. Schwager, M.D., FAAFP
B. Megdal, Ph.D. —
P. Goldfarb, M.D., FACS — Secretary
Patrick N. Connell, M.D., FACEP
R. Cox, Ph.D.
Jay M. Crutchfield, M.D., FACS
Tim B. Hunter, M.D., FACR
Ram R. Krishna, M.D.
William R. Martin, III, M.D.
Dona Pardo, R.N., Ph.D.
Public Member, Registered Nurse
William W. Wong, M.D.